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How to Use These 5 Underrated Essential Oils

How to Use These 5 Underrated Essential Oils

When it comes to aromatherapy, you may know every single all-star essential oil. But what about the honorable mentions that don’t get enough screen time, despite their great performance? Today, we’re highlighting five underrated EOs that we believe will one day be cast in the leading roles of the aromatherapy world. Until then, here’s why these oils are on their way to superstardom.

Ledum: Historically, Ledum has beenused to support a variety of ailments. These days, this peppery, herbaceous essential oil is often used toboost energy and decongest. Enjoy both of these benefits by adding Ledum to a personal inhaler and using as needed. Anecdotal evidence also points to Ledum being a good choice as an insect repellent.

Damiana: A mainstay in EG blends such asTangerine Jasmine,Earth & Wood,Joy andBee Happy, Damiana gives a sweet and floral complexity to almost any mix. This blissful oil is naturally stress-relieving and can brighten up a cloudy day. Damiana also supports respiratory-related ailments and is often looked to during cold and flu season.

Nootka Tree: With an aroma likened to gasoline and pencil shavings, Nootka Tree has a chemistry as unique as its aroma. High in a constituent aptly namednootkatene, Nootka Tree shared many benefits with other sesquiterpene-rich oils such as Cedarwood, Patchouli, Myrrh and Vetiver. Nootka Tree can be used to ward off bugs, balance emotions, improve the appearance of skin blemishes and encourage restfulness.

Celery Seed: For centuries, Celery Seed has been used around the world as an herbal remedy. With a significant limonene content in the same range as Bergamot and Lime, it’s easy to trace the many benefits of this fruitful EO. Celery Seedencourages relief from pain and inflammation, exhibits antioxidant and antimicrobial activity,reduces skin redness and supports cold and flu symptoms.

Cumin: Native to the Middle East, Cumin’s intense, penetrating aroma is indicative of its deeply healing abilities. Cumin is anti all things bad in the world,including funguses andmicrobes. As an oil high in an aldehyde called cuminal, Cumin also stops bacteria and viruses. Additionally, this multifaceted oil can support pain and inflammation relief while also keeping bugs at bay.   

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Not everyone gets the credit they deserve. Take for example these five underrated EOs!


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Ledum Essential Oil from $ 65.95
Ledum Essential Oil
Damiana Essential Oil from $ 59.95
Damiana Essential Oil
Nootka Tree Essential Oil from $ 6.95
Nootka Tree Essential Oil
Cumin Essential Oil from $ 6.95
Cumin Essential Oil


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Edens Garden

May 15, 2019

Hi Monica! Our essential oils are sourced from farms and distilleries all over the world, in countries where the plant used to produce the oil is best grown. You can find the origin of each of our essential oils on their product pages under “Details.” Each of our essential oils are 100% pure and unadulterated which we guarantee by GC/MS testing and analyzation of each batch of oil that we offer.


May 15, 2019

Each oil will individually tell you where it’s from in the description dropdown (click the + ). The essential oils are 100% pure essential oil, but you can also buy diluted blends (body oil) or other products with the essential oils in with the other ingredients.


May 14, 2019

Hi – what’s the source of the oils you sell? And what percent is actually the essential oil? Are the oils adulterated in any way? Thanks a bunch!